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Were you hurt on the job?
You can’t go back to work?
What are you supposed to do now?
Don’t worry – call Team Law. Our Worker’s Compensation Lawyers are here to help. With locations in Elizabeth, NJ, we can assist you with your claims.
If you’ve been hurt on the job, you are entitled to receive workers compensation. Protect yourself against burdensome medical costs and loss of income. Worker’s Compensation claims may seem confusing, but our specialized attorneys are here to help you understand your rights.
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What claims can we help you with? Some include:
How do these injuries happen? Every seven seconds, a worker is injured on the job.The three most common injuries that keep workers away from work are sprains, strains or tears, soreness or pain, and lacerations, cuts or punctures.
The top three most common workplace events that lead to lost work days include overexertion, contact with objects and equipment, and slips, trips and falls.If you’ve suffered at your place of work, whether it was an office building, a construction site, or somewhere else, we can help walk you through a worker’s compensation claim.
What is a worker’s compensation claim? If you’ve been hurt on the job, you cannot sue your employer. New Jersey labor laws require that employers provide their employees with workers compensation insurance.
Workers compensation insurance, however, means dealing with insurance companies, who do not want to make large payouts and will try to limit their liability. Instead, allow Team Law’s experienced attorneys deal with the insurance companies to make sure you receive the proper benefits you and your family deserve.
How can we help you? Our expert attorneys know how to handle these claims, and can help you to sort out:
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Make sure you know your rights and what sort of compensation you are entitled to. Our expert attorneys can help you make important decisions about your employment and your future.
Whether you just need some advice, or full representation, Team Law attorneys are here to help. We also offer assistance with:
Team Law’s expert panel of personal injury attorneys can also help you file a liability claim against a negligent third party who caused your workplace injury. What is a negligent third party? It’s someone who did not properly perform their job, but is not necessarily your employer, whose actions led to your injury.
Team Law attorneys get results, as they have been, for the last 60 years. Just a couple of their large worker’s compensation success stories include:
Results may vary depending on the facts and circumstances of your specific case.
You’ve been hurt on the job. You’re worried about the future. The process seems confusing. Don’t wait until it’s too late – contact one of our specialized attorneys for a free consultation.
New Brunswick is a city located in Middlesex County, New Jersey. The county seat of Middlesex County, New Brunswick is located along the Raritan River and is considered part of the New York City metropolitan area. First settled in the 1680s, New Brunswick was given its name in 1714, named after the city of Braunschweig (or “Brunswick” in Low German) in Lower Saxony, Germany. New Brunswick was incorporated as a town in 1736 and chartered as a city in 1784. In 1766, New Brunswick was chosen as the site for Queen’s College, now called Rutgers University. Today, New Brunswick is a hub of healthcare and pharmaceuticals, being home to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital and Saint Peter’s University Hospital and the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School at Rutgers, along with hosting corporate headquarters and production facilities for pharmaceutical companies such as Johnson & Johnson and Bristol-Myers Squibb.
No. Like any court of law, you are permitted to represent yourself. However, Workers’ Compensation laws are very complex and Team Law believes it is advisable for you to hire an experienced Workers’ Comp lawyer to represent you and protect your rights and interests. At Team Law, we have helped thousands of workers in New Jersey claim the benefits they are entitled to receive after being hurt on the job. Contact us today for a consultation.
You must report a work-related injury to your employer within 90 days of the day the injury occurred, or from the day you knew or should have known that your injury was related to your employment. The sooner you report your injury to your employer, the faster your claim process will begin. Further, there is a two-year statute of limitations to file your Workers’ Compensation claim with the court. When it comes to getting the compensation you deserve, deadlines are important. Talk to an attorney at Team Law for details.
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